“Two major obstacles stood in the way of the College of St. Catherine receiving a chapter of Phi Beta Kappa in 1934: it was Catholic and for women. No Catholic institution of higher education had been awarded a chapter of the nation’s most prestigious liberal arts honor society since its establishment in 1776.”

Read all of this exceptional piece, An Immigrant Drama: The College of St. Catherine and Phi Beta Kappa, from our own Karen M. Kennelly, CSJ.

May 2nd, 2022